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local man big bucks. mike mitchell sold 50 photos of the fab four at christy's auction house last night for more than $360,000. mitchell was just 18 when he took the pictures. he said the day he noticed most while snapping shots of the beatles was their joy and enthusiasm to be playing. wow. >> we are tracking the shuttle "atlantis" this morning. it's approaching earth and is expected to land at 5:56 this morning. they began the final descent for the shuttle just about a minute ago. you're looking at live pictures inside mission control in houston right now. this will be the end of the shuttle program when "atlantis" suches down. you can stay with us throughout the morning, and be sure to tune in right around 5:56 when we will bring you that final landing live. >> actually it's the last time we're going to see a shuttle land. >> it's weird. like i can't think of a time when there wasn't a shuttle landing. >> who knows what the future holds. >> exactly. >> 4:51. time for weather and traffic on the 1s. veronica, i don't know, we're just shaking our heads. >> looking for air. >> looking fo
at that humidity. at 71% currently. we do have a few clouds across the area. notice pittsburgh. that is a big cluster of storms, most of which is going to die on its approach down to the southeast. you can see quite a bit of lightning around pittsburgh. but for us today we could have scattered storms around the area. those storms could be strong. quite strong bringing heavy winds and rain to the area. in mari bladensburg, 78 degrees. 79 degrees in montgomery county, olney. here's a look at your day planner forecast. 86 degrees at 9:00 a.m. in the morning. already close to 90. we're going to get past that 90 degree mark, probably topping out around 94 to 95 degrees. noontime we'll start climbing, 92. there's your chance of storms and 93 by 5:00. eun? >> veronica, thank you. >>> we have separation, houston. >> houston copy. >> undocking confirmed. >> while you slept, the shuttle "atlantis" undocked from the international space station for the final time. that was astronauts in space talking to mission control in houston. the half hour undocking process started at exactly 2:28 a.m., ending a 30-
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